Table of contents for The parent you want to be : who you are matters more than what you do / Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott.

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Contents
 Acknowledgments									00
 Introduction: Getting the Most from This Book					00
Part One
Your Kids Will Remember Your Traits
 1.	How Does Your Child Perceive You?					00
 2.	Identifying Your Personal Parenting Traits					00
 3.	How to Become the Parent You Want to Be: An Exercise			00
Part Two
Ten Traits Worth Considering
 4.	Giving the Praise They Crave: Are You an Affirming Parent?		00
 5.	Counting to Ten?Again: Are You a Patient Parent?			00
 6.	Hearing What They Don?t Say: Are You an Attentive Parent?		00
 7.	Seeing a Picture of Their Future: Are You a Visionary Parent?		00
 8.	Building a Better Bond: Are You a Connected Parent?			00
 9.	Commemorating Milestones: Are You a Celebratory Parent?		00
 10.	Keeping Your Word: Are You an Authentic Parent?				00
 11.	Creating the Safest Place on Earth: Are You a Comforting Parent?		00
 12.	Instilling Wisdom: Are You an Insightful Parent?				00
 13.	Practicing the Presence of God: Are You a Prayerful Parent?		00
Part Three
Becoming the Parent You Want to Be
 14.	Steering Clear of the Parent You Don?t Want to Be				00
 15.	Your Children Become Who You Are					00
 16.	Making Your Top Traits Stick						00
 Appendix										00
 A Special Word for Single Parents							00
 A Summary Sheet Worth Noting							00
 Notes											00
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Parents -- Religious life.
Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.